Remember that rainbow colored little instrument everyone had or wanted that was played with mallets and every time you hit a smaller block the pitch would go up like a piano. 224 more words
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Vintage, retro, call-it-what-you-will
Last week I so liked Debbie Young’s piece on her lovely Village Shop that I re-blogged it. The story of the warm sheltering shop for the kids waiting for the school bus; the concept of a shop serving a small community; a place people can meet and connect with others without travelling there first; the delicious display of new bread … The very fact that Hawkesbury Upton, unlike many, is a… 665 more words
I’m delighted to announce that my friend and mentor Orna Ross, named by The Bookseller magazine as one of the 100 most influential people in British publishing for the last two years, will be attending the first Hawkesbury Upton Literature Festival, to share the stage with Katie Fforde to launch the inaugural event. 168 more words
The Indie Author Fair is back, bigger and better and bang in the middle of London!
IAF15, as part of the London Book Fair Indie Author Fringe Festival, run by the Alliance of Independent Authors/IndieRecon, will be in the Gallery at Foyles Bookshop, Charing Cross Road, London. 152 more words
In March 2014, drug giant GlaxoSmithKline issued a voluntary recall of the popular alli weight-loss pill over concerns about possible package tampering. Nearly a year later, the over-the-counter drug is finally coming back to stores. 115 more words